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Hydrangea - June 2012 This is stunning and it is from the famous artists Beth Yarbrough gardens

Hydrangea - June 2012 This is stunning and it is from the famous artists Beth Yarbrough gardens

Oakleaf hydrangeas (H. quercifolia) grow panicle flowers on rangy stems with attractive, peeling bark. They're native to the United States and super-easy to grow in warm climates, but not hardy enough for much of the Midwest. If you live in Zone 5, an oakleaf is a good low-care option.

Heavenly Hydrangeas

Oakleaf hydrangeas (H. quercifolia) grow panicle flowers on rangy stems with attractive, peeling bark. They're native to the United States and super-easy to grow in warm climates, but not hardy enough for much of the Midwest. If you live in Zone 5, an oakleaf is a good low-care option.

Tips on Drying Hydrangeas

Tips on drying Hydrangeas

DIY:: Two Methods For Dried Hydrangea Bouquets Great instructions Love dried hydrangeas all year!

Неприхотливые многолетники для дачи. Рудбекия

Неприхотливые многолетники для дачи. Рудбекия

Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' is sometimes called peegee hydrangea. It's a large shrub or small tree to 20 feet tall.  Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' bears light lime-green flowers from midsummer to fall. It grows 8 feet tall.  Full sun to part shade.

Choose the Top Hydrangeas for Your Garden

Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' is sometimes called peegee hydrangea. It's a large shrub or small tree to 20 feet tall. Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' bears light lime-green flowers from midsummer to fall. It grows 8 feet tall. Full sun to part shade.

Three Dogs in a Garden: A Garden Over Twenty Years in the Making (Part 1)  The colors, textures and placements of plants are spectacular.

Three Dogs in a Garden: A Garden Over Twenty Years in the Making (Part 1) The colors, textures and placements of plants are spectacular.

some think the Katsura tree smells like caramel or cotton candy when it loses it's leaves in the fall. Besides being wonderful to smell in the fall, the Katsura sports a lovely blend of orange-, raspberry- and apricot-coloured leaves. In the spring Katsura has reddish-purple new growth, in summer it sports heart-shaped blue-green leaves and in winter the gray, slightly exfoliating bark lends interest.

some think the Katsura tree smells like caramel or cotton candy when it loses it's leaves in the fall. Besides being wonderful to smell in the fall, the Katsura sports a lovely blend of orange-, raspberry- and apricot-coloured leaves. In the spring Katsura has reddish-purple new growth, in summer it sports heart-shaped blue-green leaves and in winter the gray, slightly exfoliating bark lends interest.

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